Baisakhi marks the harvest of rabi crops and farmers offer thanksgiving for a good harvest and prosperity. The day is celebrated with folk dances like bhangra and gidda. Festival is mainly celebrated in North India as the “Punjabi New Year”. It is celebrated all around India under different names like Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Pooram Vishu in Kerala, Naba Barsha in Bengal, Rongali Bihu in Assam and Baishakha in Bihar. People take a holy dip in the Ganges, Jhelum, Kaveri and visit temples. India is a land of many cultures which blend into each other seamlessly. Each region has its own way of celebrating New Year usually when the crops are harvested. In Punjab, this day is celebrated as Baisakhi. To give an insight of this day, the students of Presidium celebrated Baisakhi through a special assembly. The entire school campus was immersed in the spirit of festivity as the little ones came dressed in ethnic attire representing the Punjabi culture. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through Shabad. The significance of Baisakhi was highlighted through a beautiful speech delivered, a mellifluous group song by the school choir and a dance performance by the young students followed by a mesmerizing punjabi folk dance performance. The tiny tots enjoyed the beats of the dhol and their joy had no limit. The students also shared special Punjabi Cuisine with their friends during the lunch break. A video highlighting the significance of Baisakhi was also shown to the students in their respective classrooms. Speaking on the occasion, Head of institution congratulated and appreciated all the students for giving such scintillating and vivacious performances.